SEV Biblia, Chapter 18:27 Y Rabsaces les dijo: Â¿Me ha enviado mi señor a ti y a tu señor para decir estas palabras, y no antes a los hombres que están sobre el muro, para comer su estiércol, y beber el agua de sus pies con vosotros?
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 2 Kings 18:27 Verse 27. That they may eat their own dung] That they may be duly apprised, if they hold on Hezekiah's side, Jerusalem shall be most straitly besieged, and they be reduced to such a state of famine as to be obliged to eat their own excrements.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 17-37 - Rabshakeh tries to convince the Jews, that it was to no purpose for them to stand it out. What confidence is this wherein thou trustest? I were well if sinners would submit to the force of this argument, is seeking peace with God. It is, therefore, our wisdom to yield to him because it is in vain to contend with him: what confidence is tha which those trust in who stand out against him? A great deal of ar there is in this speech of Rabshakeh; but a great deal of pride malice, falsehood, and blasphemy. Hezekiah's nobles held their peace There is a time to keep silence, as well as a time to speak; and ther are those to whom to offer any thing religious or rational, is to cas pearls before swine. Their silence made Rabshakeh yet more proud an secure. It is often best to leave such persons to rail and blaspheme; decided expression of abhorrence is the best testimony against them The matter must be left to the Lord, who has all hearts in his hands committing ourselves unto him in humble submission, believing hope, an fervent prayer __________________________________________________________________
Original Hebrew ויאמר 559 אליהם 413 רב שׁקה 7262 העל 5921 אדניך 113 ואליך 413 שׁלחני 7971 אדני 113 לדבר 1696 את 853 הדברים 1697 האלה 428 הלא 3808 על 5921 האנשׁים 376 הישׁבים 3427 על 5921 החמה 2346 לאכל 398 את 853 חריהם 2755 ולשׁתות 8354 את 853 שׁיניהם 7890 עמכם׃ 5973